One of the less-known names in UK CSGO Tournaments, Killer Gaming, have recently announced they will be running a second season. Season 1 saw Appronto take the victory over Blackout despite Blackout going 9-0 through the season, a last second roster change for Appronto made it possible for them to win the grand final.
Season 2 will be split into two divisions. While there is no intended skill difference, there will be a difference in entry fee to each division.. Depending on the division you will take part in this will either cost £10 per player for Division 1, or £2.50 per player for Division 2. The money raised will fund the prize pool, of which 50% will be taken by first [...]
Announced earlier today in a tweet and video on the FACEIT’s Youtube, The Esports Championship Series or ECS for short is returning to England for the finals of their third season of Counter Strike.
The top eight teams of their regular season in both EU and NA will travel to the SSE Arena in London on the 24th and 25th of June, 2017 to fight for the championship and for a large share of the prize pool. As with previous seasons of ECS, the prize pool is not specified however, there is $1.5 million provided by ECS that goes towards the prize pool and supportive funds that will provide player and team stability.
The ECS Season 1 finals were hosted in the very same [...]
After a long UK Masters season, the final two teams heading for Insomnia are confirmed. With there being four teams heading into the play-offs, only two could survive for the i60 showdown.
UKCSGO is teaming up with ASTRO Gaming to bring you a 64 team single elimination tournament with a prize pool of 5 ASTRO A40 headsets and 10,000 FaceIT points. The tournament is a best-of-one single elimination tournament but with a best-of-three final. The best-of-three finals is only made possible due to the great support from FaceIT, tying our tournament into their development platform where they are currently working on best-of-three tournaments.